Greg Currier is a Camden resident who has had a decades’ long interest in photography, beginning with a developing and printing business for the neighbors at age 10. He has studied both the technology of image making and the art of capturing light. He discovered the rich and varied landscape of Maine when he attended college here. His interest in nature and landscape photography developed over many years as he traveled and hiked throughout the country recording images from the expanse of the Rockies to the reflections in a single drop of dew. He kept coming back to Maine and in 1974 moved here, where the scenery captivated him the most. He settled in Camden in 1989. His work has appeared in exhibitions, competitions, magazines, books, and advertising campaigns and he has also exhibited at numerous juried art shows. His work is carried by several galleries here in Maine and he is the author of three photographic books: The Colors of Lobstering, Camden at Its Best, and Reflections of Maine.